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Botany and Lab

BIO 210

Credits: 
4

This course investigates the wide variety of plant forms and the molecular mechanisms that generate them. It provides a conceptual framework for understanding plant development that includes an evolutionary perspective. Ecological principles will be used to examine plant population and community processes. Special attention will be given to plant/animal interactions such as pollination, dispersal, and herbivory. The lab component will use local habitats to gain hands-on experience in field observations and data collection and analysis. Prerequisite: CHEM 105.

Time: 
T, R 10:30am - 12:30pm
Course Term: 
Fall 2013
Course Location: 
SB 104
Max Enrollment: 
12
Grade Format: 
Letter Grade
Section: 
1
Lab Time: 
R 8:30am - 10:20am
Lab Location: 
SB 106